Here is what UHURU said after RUTO boycotted the launch of HUDUMA NAMBA in Kakamega County on Tuesday – RAILA has managed to kill Jubilee completely

Tuesday April 2, 2019-President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday launched Huduma Namba at Masii in Machakos County.

Uhuru, who was accompanied by Machakos Governor, Dr Alfred Mutua and Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiangi, explained the need for Kenyans to have a Huduma Namba saying it will eliminate corruption in the country.

Uhuru said already the system has unearthed shocking numbers of ghost workers within the National Police Service (NPS).

The Head of State noted that a total of 1,447 ghost officers who had been on the pay roll did not turn up for the registration.

He further revealed that within the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) 152 names listed on the pay roll were found to be ghost officers.

"We conducted a pilot of this initiative within the Police Service late last year and we discovered 1,447 people who were receiving salaries and they are not there, “

“Among the Administration Police we discovered 1,048 ghost officers and 152 in the DCI.

"That comes to about 5,000 people who do not exist because if they were there they could have already come out to register," he noted

The president also said his government had been able to save Sh148 million in one month that could have been paid to the almost 5,000 fake workers discovered within the police force.

He said those opposed to Huduma Namba are thieves of public money since they know the number will unmask them.

Uhuru spoke even as his deputy William Ruto boycotted Huduma Namba launch in Kakamega County saying he was busy.

 Ruto instead sent Devolution Cabinet Secretary, Eugene Wamalwa to represent him.


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